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. Auger...» «m uuw- ‘v Page Six \V.C.T.U. Slates Friday Meeting The Women‘s Christian Temper- Mrs. Robert C. Johnson of Skokomish Valley on Friday afternoon, April Anyone who has transportation Elliott. The meeting will be a combined ancc Union will meet with 18, at 2 o'clock. cars or wishing should call Mrs. Walter social and business meeting. 0.0009000000000000 I... >.N.u‘n.«.~¢.u.u.u.ee..e.oo.oe.oo.”.e‘.«.fl.eb‘».u.oe.u. e o e .0 e “enoue .05". ,z, e 00 You can depend on get- ting your clothes when you want them from us! 9 .e t o .9 o .0 .0 o .0 ,3, Fast pick-ups and deliv- 3, g. eries. Try our service. o;- OO . 0. .g. Pantorlum o:- , Cleaners ~;- .3: ‘ Phone .z, .;. .g. 0.. .9. Reason .3. .:. v .:. Number 1 {e g. .:. for .;. 0‘ n’. . . , , ? Pantorium s '3' O. .0 . . :g: Superiority 3 o. of. .34. .;..:..;..3..;..:..;..;..:..;..;.. ..'..:..;..:..:..:..;..:..:..;. e .9 BEAU-BAIT BY an as seen in Mademoiselle Very young and very smart with its face-framing details and the daintiness that men adore. In Stunzi’s “Flagship,” a sheer rayon crepe woven with .Celanese" yarn. Pink linen collar with double or- gandy fluting in white to make an irresistible collar on ' black or navy. Sizes 12 to 20. $15 Style Reg. U. 5. Put. 0'. er ‘llex. U. 5. Pet. OK. Lumbermen’s _:. Mercantile C0. Featuring -—- Little Kenny Marge Clarke Joan Taylor 50 LOCAL CHILDREN ure Skating Club and Skating Club. I Olympia Sanctioned by the U. '9. DEPENDABLE 32 SERVICE ft”ch a L___ l I PHONE 100 Past Matrons 0.E..S. Celebrate 25th Anniversary the worldflfaith, hope and love It was on April 28, 1921 thatlin relation to people. Although fourteen past matrons of Olympialnot knowing Mrs. Chadwick was Chapter, No. 36, 0.13.8. journeyedlto be present, the song “Out to Shelton to institute a past ma- Where The West Begins”, which trons club here, with a member-i she had chosen for her theme ship of twenty-one. Isong when she presided at the To celebrate the twentieth an-IGeneral Grand Chapter in Seat" mversary of their founding the tle, was sung Thursday afternoon. Shelton past matrons club invited Mason County Fedgrated Club the clubs from Olympia and Union “0m Semi_Anmla! Meeting to their meeting at the Masonic; The Spring semi_ammal meet_ Temple last Thursday; Union club: . ,_ having been instituted by the 1 mg 0f the Mason county Fadera c, g , Ition of Women‘s Clubs held Tues— ..lhelton matrons ten years ago. sday’ April 8 at the Methodist 0f the Olympia matrons here I Church was presided over by Mrs. twenty years ago. three V~’€_1’e F. L. Short , whose poise and Presehl 0“ ThurSda—yl MI‘S- Lucm' graciousness charmed the audi- da ‘nght Who had PTeSided, and; ence. Mrs. Short conducted the Mrs. Eva S. Troy and Mrs. Ma-. bel Dean. Those from Shelton who president, who has been ill, but were present at both occasions ‘ was present at part of the meet— were Jessie Knight, Rose Barger, ! ing_ Helen Forrest, Adella Rex, Mar- Th0 t~ . was 0 e d b tha Deer, Mary Shelton, Ella Lunt, I the megifgilffm of mi; “Sag b; ' Fafmle Champlm _and C arrle Mrs. Grace Ball, past president of gElliott. From Union came Mrs..the district The women were Sophie Nelson, Mrs. Effie Knowl- 31 7a a, . ‘ton’ Mrs. Fxpm Dixon. l ed in [1 g salute by Mrs. Wm. Mrs~ L0H“ ; Goodpasture. Invocation was de— Adams . v . O l livercd by Reva-end Robert Bruin- Mrs. Ruth Latham, Mrs. Helen g blay. T he assembly singing lMitchell, Mrs. Wlnlilired Mol‘fctt, i “America The Beautiful" was led Mrs. Winnifred Williams, Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Anderson with Mrs. Ann Webb, and Mrs. Margaret, Helen Anderson at the piano. Stewart who came all the wayITreasul'ei-s report was read by from chton to be present. Nearly fifty sat down to the delicious luncheon, cooked and, swvcd in, members of chmomo ; man of the election committee. Chapter 1110. 4Q" with Viola I Reports by the presidents of the Klmbcl as chairman The five I different clubs indicated the mem— ,tables were placed to representlhers had 11 V01?! busy imd OHIO)" Ithc five points of the Star andiable year- leach table was centered withf Following are the ten clubs in flowers of the color appropriatcjthc Federation and their presi- to each point. The i‘orgct-nic-'clents respectively: Hood Canal not, the Shelton club‘s flower, was Women's Club, Mrs. M. C. Stark; ‘also used in decorating the color- Skokomish, Mrs. Paul Hunter; I ’iMI'S. {obcrt Gardiner, treasurer, .and the candidates were intro— ‘Iduccd by Mr. ’aul Hunter, chair- i‘ul individual baskets of Easter ; Lake Isabella, Mrs. Lucy chand; eggs and on the place cards bcau- i Matlocli. Mrs. O. l‘iorby; Camp tifiilly hand decorated by Mrs. 5"‘hree, Mrs. Evelyn Smith; Grape- Ollie Cleveland. ‘view, Mrs. H. E. Peterson; Shel- Mrs. Lura Waldrip presided ati ton Women‘s, Mrs. Hugh Hamil- the meeting which followed. Inl ton; Hoodsport Juniors, Mrs. Wm- memory of the past matrons and GOOGPaStCI‘; Sk0k0miSh Juniors, founders of the club who had’MY'S- Floyd Smith: Shelton Jun- passed Oil, Mrs. Walter Elliott iors, Mrs. Amy McGaughy. gave two readings and Mrs. Anna.l The address Of the morning was Kneeland sang, “Star Of The} given by Mrs. James Lotzgesell, East.” Later in the program, I past state president, who review- Mrs. Elliott gave another reading,I ed the history of Women‘s Clubs Mrs. Kneeland sang, “Out VVhereffOl‘ the fifty years or their 93“ l‘he West Begins,” and Mrs, Hor-I istence, and outlined the progress ace Crary sang, “Friend 0’ Mine." 1 of women during that period. She The members were taken back closed by stressing the power ofl I in memory ten years when Mm I organized women as a whole. The Hazel Barron, the secretary, read; General Federations membership the minutes of the meg-Ling at I at this time being more than two Union when the Union cmb wagimillion. The remaining time was instituted, and back twenty years 1 g i V e h 0 V C 1' to “information when she read the minutes of thc" Pleasev" With Mrs- Lotzgescn an“ first meetings of the Shelton club. I swerng the QUGSfiOh-‘I- Always 11 Then Mrs. Nellie Valley, past ma- POPUIal' Speaker, her address Will tron of Olympia, Chapter No_ 36’ long be remembered and appre- whose mother and father were elated by local women- charter members of‘ welcome! Luncheon was served in the Chapter No. 40 in 1895, readydining room by the church ladies, a, clipping from the Olympian of and the tables and room were October, 1896, which gave a de- lavishly decorated with apple blos- tailed account of a visit to weplsoms. Mayor William Stevenson come Chapter No_ 40 by a large I gave a short talk on “Women and number of members of Olympia I National Defense," which gave all Chapter No. 36, who came Shelton on the boat, “The City of l taming t0 and leading up to the Shelton” and “were met at the‘present defense situation, and dock and taken in buggies immed- I fOOd for thought for the minds I Hood Calla] W'omen’s Club Iare the most important things in, meeting for Mrs. C. E. Reibow,‘ ’bridge club. Two tables of cards SPRING "FEVER all ICE Vancouver, B.C., Champion Toni Johns and Donna Cover Local Exhibitionists Supported by a cast of —‘ tlonal expert skaters furnished by The Lakewood Fig- ICE DANCING —— ICE BALLET ICE COMEDY i 20 ACTS — 2 HOURS The largest ice show ever attempted in Olympia; Low Admission Prices —— Adults 46¢; Children 26¢ 8:15 P. M. Friday and Saturday, April 18, 19 TICKETS FOR SALE BY THE GARDEN CLUB .ater to the four hotels, the Webb, the Central, the Commerc- ial and the Dittman." After the neeting of the chapter they had stayed all night at the hotels, lad been taken for a sight-seeing .our of the town the next morn- ng before boarding the boat to :‘cturn to Olympia. Some of those present on Thursday could re- tmember the occasion and com- 'mented on the progress of trans— lportatlon in this day when the (trip is made by auto in thirty to {forty minutes. { Shelton felt greatly honored to {have present at their anniversary lmeeting a past most worthy ma- .tron of the General Grand Chap- ter, Mrs. Emma P. Chadwick who (came with members from Olym- pia where she is visiting. Mrs. iChadwick in her own friendly and inspiring manner, gave the mem- Ibers glimpses of her official visits Ito every jurisdiction of the East- ern Star in the World—Scotland, Shanghai, Cuba, Canal Zone, Phili- ppines, etc. with her People listeners that The Kennedy Children ~~ Olympias own Champions Walls 5-year-old Skating sensation Lakewood Skating Club Champion beautifully costumed. 14 addi- the Vancouver, B.C., Figure Ice Arena S. Figure Skating Assn. ance of Iof all as to what future develop- iments would be. Mrs. George Cropper, president of the Shelton lGarden Club, gave a happy ac- count of the Railroad Avenue .beautification, with its completion ‘in sight. Mrs. H. P. Hillman, Grapeview club, graciously. pre- sided as luncheon hostess. Voting during the noon hour re sulted in the election of Mrs. B. C. Combes, Lake Isabella club president; Mrs. M. C. Stark, Hood ICanal club vice-president; Mrs. E. Peterson, Grapeview club 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Ellis Welles, Camp Three, club direct- or. Mrs. Helen Anderson, Hood Canal club, music chairman for the district, presented Miss Do- rothy Roseleaf of Seattle and Hood Canal, in two outstanding piano solos. The audience was especially moved by her perform- “Finlandia.” Jean Todd Fredson then I tolaccurate account of events put Mrs. [gave a resume of the work of El- She left the thought 13 Higgins“, recently deceased. beloved poet laureate of the state federation, and read two of her lovely poems. Mrs. Anderson {then introduced Mrs. Loui Lar- ison of the Shelton Women’s club, who sang Mrs. Higginson’s “Four Leaf Clover," official Women's club song, which was so beauti— fully rendered that she repeated it by request of the audience. Mrs. [Donovan Palmer accompanied her lat the piano. Mrs. Hfigh Hamilton of the Shelton Women’s club, in recog- nition of the work of the Women's Field Army for Cancer Control, introduced Dr. B. N. Collier, who spoke briefly but effectively of the importance of early treatment for cancer, and the necessity for proper medical advice. , Mrs. George Benoit of Seattle, held the rapt attention of her I , large audience throughout her ad- dress “Values That Endure," es- pecially appropriate at this Bles- sed Easter season, and unsurpass- ed in club history for sheer beau- ty of word and thought. Her many old friends and the new ones acquired through this con- ,tact, showered Mrs. Benoit with ‘congratulations and words of ap— preciation. The programclosed with th lovely readings, in “Spring Mood,” by Mrs. Laurence Burrell of the Shelton Women’s club. Mrs. Rob- ert Nutt of the Lake Isabella club presented the attendance trophy to the Skokomish Juniors, Mrs. Floyd Savage, president, who had nine of their fourteen members in attendance for the entire day. The church was decorated by the Skokomish club with many lovely spring IIOWers, the cor- sages made and presented by the Garden club of Hood Canal Wo- men's club. Visits Mother - . . r Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bourland and family were in Puyallup visiting his mother Sunday. I I I l SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL livirs. Lola. Lanioraux Slate Election 0? Officers IP. 0. Speaker On Thursday, April 3rd, Mrs.) addressed the Hood Cmalfol‘ Mrs. Herbert Angle Moridaf Vl’omen’s club on “Reading In The 50Velllhg' 31‘7530 p- I“: With Mrs- Home" MIT, plumb began her ;A. A. Pabst as aSSisting hostess. address by giving what she called ‘ Mrs: F‘ H- 1316111 ga’v‘e 3“ Intel" ithc "mechanics" of reading 'how, why, where, when and what, I Welfare and Trust Fund. Mrs. She explained the unhappiness mILola Lamoraiix of Elma, who 'modern reading- as a “will to die,” conducts a Personal Somal Serv- rather than a “will to live,” which I ice Bureau there and is a mem— should be expressed. She explain- I her 0f Chapter 3. P~E-O'v Monte- ;ed in retail the books available a for reading to preserve our Demo- . and gave a _ cracy, for National Defense, andIOn Cotty Junior College for Wo— for “Arm—Chair” traveling. Then,imen. A college owned and con- Iat the request of the audience,ltr0110d by the National P-E~O~ she spoke of the older and not so ! Sisterhood. at Nevada City. Mis- well known books which furnish‘ souri. Mrs. Lamoraux has a .such worth-while reading, as Well I daughter attending Cottey and gas the many which are humorous has recently visited her at the yreading and furnish relaxation and ‘ college. MISS Enta ShOU. MYS- lrefreshment in the present tron-[Ellie MCKeeVGI‘, MI‘S- Marl-ONE bled times. The club owes a vote I Coldweu, MFS- Mary Marlow alld of thanks to Mrs. Plumb for tlilsIMiss Nellie Leslie. all members .fine afternoon with books and j 0f the Chapter U, Monte-3am), ac- Iread'mg as its incentive. lcompanied Mrs. Lamoi‘aux and i This Thursday, April 17th theiwere also guests at the meeting. .club will meet at 11 o’clock in! Miss Shou, Mrs. Codwell an (I ‘the Clul) rooms. for election of lMrs. McKeever are nieces of Mrs. Eofficers.’ For the afternoon pro- Phil Fredson of Shelton. Re- lgram, Mrs. B. A. Ball, a member fl‘eshments were served at the lot the club, will present “Women | conclusion of the meeting. The ,‘Of The White HOUSE,” as the last decorations and refreshments car- . of many programs over a period ried out in a dainty way the East- ‘of two years, centering around.“- lnotif, l “Women's Activities." . o l Scuthside Club ISkokomisli Grange Sponsor [\Vin Meet Frmay .Housc Dressmaking Contest The Southside club will meet The Skokomish Grange Home at the home of Alma Catto Fri— iEconomics club Will hold theirlday afternoon, April 18 at 1:30 IhOUSO dressmaking contest at the o'clock. All members are urged grange hall on the regular grunge I to attend, meeting night, Friday. April 25. lThe dresses must cost no more IthCOhl A- than $1.00. First, second andIWill Meet Thursday third prizes will be awarded by; The Lincoln I’.~T. A. will hold the judges, lthcir monthly meeting at the mus, LUCY lijDItilngQNY I Lincoln school on Thursday, April Economics Ciliti’i'i.‘tz.i.‘17- The meeting Win Stul‘t ill”- 3230 o’clock and the program will —~~~ I Burdmux prl A, be presented by the pupils of Wm Meet Thursday the third grade. There will be The Bordeaux 13,11, A, win meet I an election of officers for the on Thursday April 17, at 3:30‘C0l’lllllg‘ year. Hostesscs for the O'clock at the whom, The pm- I tea will be the mothc s of the ‘gram will be presented by the second grade with Mrs. George pupils of the first gram: r1~}1m.el(}illmore and Mrs. Elmer Smith will be an election of officers, and in Charge- . . , . I la talk on JLll’llOl‘ lug“. schools by lMiss Maude Shorter, principal of Little 133"” All-‘9“ the Shelton Junior High. Host- (ielt‘rhl'ates Birthday esses for the tea Wm be the m0- Mrs. W. D. Austin entertained , thers of the first grade with at her home Monday afternoon in ers. Clarence Grunert in charge. honor of her 8011. David's third ' birthday. Those present to help IDavid celebrate were Jimmy and lSally Lamb, Jimmy King. Carl Mrs. Vivian Mzrgan l Entertains Club led at her home Monday evening, Dickie Clark and Glen O’Brien, ’ April 14, for the members of her 1 who were all accompanied by their mothers excepting Dickie, who Mrs. Yule brought. was spent playing games. were in play with Mrs. W. F. Mc— Cann and Mrs. W. E. Noblett win- ning honors. Guest of the club! was MI‘S- J- H- GTaY- DehCIOUS carrying out an Easter motif bnth I'efreshmcnts were served by the in the refreshments and the table hostess during the evening. decorations. The SMTH AT EVERY . 4. to- Slow. Fast. Slow again. That’s the way it goes in a day’s driving. And at some of these traffic speeds your motor probably fails to run smoothly with or- dinary gasoline. Maybe it’s in the 25 mile zone. Or perhaps it’s at the highway cruising speeds. Or maybe your motor balks only when you step on the gas for quick pick-up. But you don’t have to have trouble at any speed. Not any more. We’ve designed a new gaso- line especially to solve that problem. It’s 7 gusolines blended into one. Associated blended seven great'fuels for Finer Flying A. Each one does a particular job particularly well. One keeps motors smooth on the hard pull . . . another reduces knocks at traffic speeds . . . another assures smooth- ness at higher speeds. All are blended to keep your “Final FlyingA at ASSUEIATED DEALERS , The regular meeting of Chapter" Laura K. Plumb, Shelton Librar— IB, EEO. “’35 htld at the Imme‘ I ian, __‘csting paper on the State i‘.E.O.; lsono, was a guest of the meeting very interesting talk' Mrs. Vivian Morgan entertain—‘Vandcrwal, Marvin Van Bai‘gell,l ' The afternoon ‘ hostess served dainty refreshments , Have you discovered Iiow smoothly you speed up again with Finer Flying A? ill-Ir. And Mrs. Hudspetli ', Honored At Sunday Dinner I I Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at iand Mrs. Paul Hurst and Mr. L W35“ SW0“ at the . . .. l .. . . .. J» ' wlrlit L and Mrs. James llousn Jomtly v Min. liticd Stuck on lastei Sua- ? St] :cntcrlaincd with a dinner in hon- I day “Fun my the Occas“m I ‘1 {I “n” t‘ Céhpi Im- of Mr. and Mrs. w. c. Hud-lW‘Te: MI and M‘L'S- HCY‘bCI'i: “’1’” 9 ,mm 0 I, i . . .l .n . . , .. . i, ' ' 2.74 a spew “ha W,“ have soon to I Chambers. sous Vernon and Hui—l ($11118 things I make their home in Missouri. I be“: 3110 daughter DOYOthyy MT- ‘ { up 9 Jr 1" " IThose present for the eveningia11d MI‘S- Bert Phillips. Ml“. andl . "H {were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase. I MT‘S- Ed Leman Ill/Ir. and Mrs. Lowell McGinnis, and MI'S- RObEI‘t er. and Mrs. Sherman Soule, Mr. l Newly-\Vedded Couple l Honored Easter Sunday A dinner honor . . I ’7' .‘ Cl . ~ the home of James Roush, Mr. , ll aimt LJLllChv 1 Mrs. Marvin Leman, Leveta Stew- ._.._...'1_‘}1e_s_<.i§xz.epr11 I’I‘nwiisend (fliih Ladle-5" . Request ()ld Things I ,, ing‘ .Ml'. and Mrs. I The lildlos "f the H" . “AM VS. ocently man-19¢ 1 auxiliary ask that 113‘ '- homo of Mr. and Sill'illg' (‘h‘ahlllg that and Helen, Mr. I .1 p ' Leman. Mr. and! -" ' v: 3mm, Dr. West , ebal ,and Mrs. Hudspcth, he honored all. El'ilf‘St Stuck, Ml‘. and Mrs. , , . gucsos and the hosts Mr. a n d ' LOW“ Stlle and LOW“. J11. I N V I T A ' s' ‘ I -~ * 4 iv- . Clv St rut D *tl I .r V\ Mls. Hoist am. llll. and. Mis. r 6311 6“ 8'1 . 010 All. 48“ch O IRoush. Dinner was followed with Icards with Mrs. Hudspcth andItOhJ Mrs. Laura Stuck and sons , . . EMr. Soulc winning llozlois. ’l‘heiClMehCe and henneth of Me- ; dinner table was lovely in all ; Clc‘al‘y; Mr. and Ml‘S. ' Clarence p iwhitc, Vv'ltl‘l white linen cloth,;Huobard and son Johnnie of : § Easter lilies and white candles. 'Tiny Esster baskets were used‘ :35 place cards. l l. ___L- IHomeliuilders Resume q I’l‘uesday Meetings I The Homebuildcrs of the Bap— ‘tist Church will resume their Iregular Bible Study this evening. Iin the church parlors, at 7:30. Royal Neighbors All young married people are cord-- i Meet Thursday ially invited to attend any of the' meetings. Refreshments will be! served during the evening. and Mrs. hosts. M 1‘. Visit? In Seattle I Mrs. IDickie were Seattle Friday. a social meeting I |\V.C.T.U. Schedules f lFfldal’ Meeting ,Activettes Will , The W’omen’s Christian» Tem- ‘lperance Union will hold a regular meeting Friday afternoon, April' 18, at 2 o'clock at the home of" Mr. R. C. Johnson. 8 o’clock. The Activettcs social meeting April 16 at 6:30 I , g? I i . i PILN i . I motor smooth at every speed. Polymerizetl gasoline is in there. Cracked gasoline is in there. And Alkylated, Solvent-refilled, Reformed, Strai glam-1m and Nrttural gasolines complete the magic seven. Put in a tail/ebe of Finer Flying A. Discover how you take the changing traffic speeds with a new smooth- ness. Go fast. Go slow. Go fast again~smooth at every speed. JUST clean isn’t enough. In Asxacidlcrl comfort Italians, [issue seat cover: give you extra sanitary protection. And be- came we inspect ramforl stations every hour, you’ll always find cleanliness plus a sup/II y of sanitary seq! carers. Look [or the green and white sign—Certified Clean Cam/0r! Slalion— For Baby, Too. It's another AHOI'id/cd service. TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY I I and Nina Mac Stuck, all of Shel-I 1 IBremerton; the honor Wayne Stuck and the! and Mrs. Fred Stuck. ' Lantz VViss visiting The Royal Nei lows Hall on Friday evening at. V Meet Wednesday Mrs. R. Duckham for a regular .‘-.'E.VL\.’ANIA 1941 SILENT ALQMINU ~- 1». a! rm.-> -.a Try a tankfitl today an OFFEfg :ucsts Mix: ( . ’ , and Mrs. I Bill friends ‘ iii , TOOTH BR I I I ,5. gllbors will hold: at the Odd Fel- and The Modern ' will meet with V . , on Wednesday, for dinner. I I l I I . I I I ’; FIR DRUG Easy Running MOW 9‘ ,f‘nnlm , Trade in Your Old Machine ofgral‘ If Desired i061 USED MOWER A large selection of used mowers. So‘ue like new. Priced from creme at d feel the di Asscmrn FINER FLYING A IS GASOLINES IN ONE